this can’t be happening right in front of me pic.twitter.com/9R7jwuUbB6
— vin (@vinandwesson) October 6, 2018
If you drive a two-door, know what a KenJo Market is, smoke cigarettes inside, and overall fell through the cracks of society, you’ve eaten at Little Caesars. As someone who grew up in East Tennessee, all the above were prerequisites before graduating high school, so obviously I know my way around a Little Caesars housed inside a Kmart. It’s one of these such establishments that recently went viral thanks to suspicion that DiGiorno was being served instead of Little Caesars’ signature garbage ‘za.
A viral video captured an enchantress with a cart full of DiGiorno pizza parked next to the Little Caesars counter in a Kmart. If Little Caesars had mercy on their customers, they would have actually served the DiGiorno pizza, but after a day full of speculation and sleuthing, Little Caesars shot themselves in the foot by declaring that they were in fact serving Little Caesars pizza, and that the cart was actually full of expired Kmart DiGiorno pizza on its way to the trash. Classy:
On that day, Kmart received a few complaints from customers about having purchased expired DiGiorno pizzas from that location, and because it was so close to closing time, the Kmart manager directed his employee to temporarily store them in a cooler adjacent to the Little Caesars location for disposal in the morning.
This was after they initially stated:
Of course, Little Caesars only serves freshly baked pizzas made from fresh dough. We think this is probably just a funny coincidence, but are investigating.
Everything about this establishment screams “fresh.” Little Caesars stock price is most likely plummeting as the US collectively sighs “Goddamnit, it’s not DiGiorno, it’s delivery.”
We if we told you that…
We have no idea what’s going on. All we know is that we’ve watched this no less than 128 times. https://t.co/sDxiwKsp6t
— DiGiorno (@DiGiorno) October 7, 2018
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